“Cannabis Cultures” Souvenir T-Shirts Available!

Screen Shot 2015-11-12 at 12.22.27 PMAPLA is pleased to announce that “Cannabis Cultures” souvenir t-shirts are available! When you support this innovative tour and forum on November 18th, you will a receive commemorative t-shirt. You can now donate at the AAA online store.* You can pick up your t-shirt at the APLA Business Meeting on Saturday at 12:15 pm, Colorado Convention Center 401. The suggested donation is $20.

Short-sleeved t-shirts are printed with the “Cannabis Cultures” logo on the front, and the 114th AAA Annual Meeting “Familiar Strange” logo on the back. They are available in adult sizes medium, large, and extra-large. To specify size, when you donate, send an email with your desired size to jgcurtis AT me DOT com with the subject line “order t shirt.” Preview the shirts here.

Screen Shot 2015-11-12 at 12.28.11 PMYour donation supports a unique opportunity for AAA members to engage with our host city of Denver and learn firsthand about the changing legal and social status of cannabis—both familiar and strange. Read more about the event on our website and on AN. If you have not been able to register the tour and event, be aware we are closely managing the waiting list. We will update registrants up until tour buses depart, so if you are in Denver and free on the day, there is still a chance a spot will become available. Add your name to the waiting list here.

This special event is sponsored by APLAAnthropology of Tourism Interest GroupCulture & AgricultureSociety for the Anthropology of Food and Nutrition, and Society for the Anthropology of North America.

Tweet the donation link: http://tinyurl.com/APLAFund.

*AAA online store directions: At the link, “select item;” at the next window, specify your donation amount, and “add to cart.” You will then be taken to a shopping cart overview and may log in and check out. Although the links do not specify the event, this page is dedicated for “Cannabis Cultures” sponsorship, and your donations will be recorded.

About Jennifer Curtis

Jennifer Curtis is an Honorary Fellow in Social Anthropology at the University of Edinburgh: http://www.sps.ed.ac.uk/staff/social_anthropology/curtis_jennifer.

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